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2021 IEEE Pulsed Power Conference (PPC)

The Pulsed Power Conference is held on a biannual basis and serves as the principal forum forthe exchange of information on pulsed power technology and engineering.


2020 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (I2MTC)

The Conference focuses on all aspects of instrumentation and measurement science andtechnology research development and applications. The list of program topics includes but isnot limited to: Measurement Science & Education, Measurement Systems, Measurement DataAcquisition, Measurements of Physical Quantities, and Measurement Applications.


2020 IEEE International Power Modulator and High Voltage Conference (IPMHVC)

This conference provides an exchange of technical topics in the fields of Solid State Modulators and Switches, Breakdown and Insulation, Compact Pulsed Power Systems, High Voltage Design, High Power Microwaves, Biological Applications, Analytical Methods and Modeling, and Accelerators.


2020 IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Conference (IAS/PCA)

Transfer of knowledge on subjects related to the cement manufacturing and related processes


ICASSP 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)

The ICASSP meeting is the world's largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on signal processing and its applications. The conference will feature world-class speakers, tutorials, exhibits, and over 50 lecture and poster sessions.


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AIEE Test Code for Carbon Brushes

AIEE No. 504-1958, 1958

This Code covers electric brushes for all types of rotating alternating- current and direct-current motors and generators and similar apparatus.


The 1200-volt railroad — A study of its value for interurban railways

Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1910

The various 1200-volt interurban railways have now been operating a sufficient length of time to prove that there are no material objections to the use of this voltage on passenger cars. The nature of such minor difficulties as have been experienced have been such that their correction has required only detail changes of design which have been readily made. The ...


Dynamic Tracking System For Home Use VTR

IEEE 1992 International Conference on Consumer Electronics Digest of Technical Papers, 1992

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A self-exciting alternator

Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1906

The large amount of work which has been done on selfexciting alternators and the numerous different types of these alternators that have been proposed clearly indicate the desirability of such a machine. This paper describes a type of self-exciting alternator developed by the author, but in the course of the description the work of other inventors will also be briefly ...


Discussion on “determination of power efficiency of rotating electrical machines” (Olin), Boston, June 28, 1912. (see proceedings for July, 1912)

Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1912

C. M. Green: I have had quite a little experience and difficulty in making efficiency tests on old arc machines particularly the Brush arc generator. The input and output method, to the best of my knowledge, is the only method b y which the efficiency of these machines can be determined, due to the fact of the large influence which ...


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  • AIEE Test Code for Carbon Brushes

    This Code covers electric brushes for all types of rotating alternating- current and direct-current motors and generators and similar apparatus.

  • The 1200-volt railroad — A study of its value for interurban railways

    The various 1200-volt interurban railways have now been operating a sufficient length of time to prove that there are no material objections to the use of this voltage on passenger cars. The nature of such minor difficulties as have been experienced have been such that their correction has required only detail changes of design which have been readily made. The important items of reliability and low cost of upkeep have met all expectations.

  • Dynamic Tracking System For Home Use VTR

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  • A self-exciting alternator

    The large amount of work which has been done on selfexciting alternators and the numerous different types of these alternators that have been proposed clearly indicate the desirability of such a machine. This paper describes a type of self-exciting alternator developed by the author, but in the course of the description the work of other inventors will also be briefly referred to.

  • Discussion on “determination of power efficiency of rotating electrical machines” (Olin), Boston, June 28, 1912. (see proceedings for July, 1912)

    C. M. Green: I have had quite a little experience and difficulty in making efficiency tests on old arc machines particularly the Brush arc generator. The input and output method, to the best of my knowledge, is the only method b y which the efficiency of these machines can be determined, due to the fact of the large influence which the current in the armature has, at ordinary loads, on the eddy currents in the pole shoes and core loss. Furthermore, the field excitation on the Brush, etc., machines with no current in the armature, and rated volts, runs about 25 per cent of that with normal current and rated volts in the armature, so that you may see that the effect of the armature current upon the field windings is very abnormal. There is absolutely no question about the difficulty of making input and output efficiency tests. It is extremely difficult to get results which will check day in and day out. There is a continual variation of at least 2 or 3 per cent in the efficiency.

  • The application of storage batteries to the regulation of the alternating-current load at the plant of the Indiana steel company, Gary, Indiana

    Inasmuch as the paper presented by B. R. Shover before the Institute at the meeting in New York on March 12, 1909, gave a general description of the power plant at Gary, including a brief outline of the storage-battery and regulating apparatus, and the paper presented by the writer at the 25th annual convention of the Institute in 1908, set forth the general theory of the operation of this storage-battery regulating apparatus, it has seemed advisable in this paper, after a brief description of the battery plant and accessories, to dwell more particularly upon a few of the features which have not as yet been fully described, and then to give an account of the actual commercial operation.

  • A theory of commutation and its application to interpole machines

    In the usual theory of commutation it is considered that, when the current in a coil is commutated or reversed, the local magnetic flux due to the current reverses also, and in so doing sets up an e.m.f. in the coil which opposes the reversal. This is the so-called reactance voltage referred to in commutation problems. The fact that two or more coils may be undergoing commutation at the same time involves consideration of mutual as well as self-induction. The relation of the mutual to the self-induction, the probable value of each, etc., lead to such mathematical complication in the analysis of the problem, that empirical methods have become the usual practice in dealing with commutation. The usual analytical methods do not permit a ready or easy physical conception of what actually takes place. One must think in formulas rather than in the phenomena of the commutation itself.

  • Discussion on “a single-phase railway motor”, at New York, January 10, 1908

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  • Repulsion induction motor

    Of late the attention of electrical engineers has been frequently called to types of single-phase commutator motors combining the good characteristics of a repulsion motor at starting with the characteristics of a single-phase induction motor near synchronism; the idea being to produce a motor with good starting torque and limited speed, such as would be preeminently suited for tool, elevator, and similar work. In all these cases the combination mentioned has been brought about by a mechanical change, either gradual or sudden, in the armature circuits, this change being effected either by hand or by automatically operating centrifugal devices; in short, by means not inherent to the motor.

  • Limitations in direct-current machine design

    The purpose of this paper is to present a system of design, not based upon the cut-and-try method associated with the use of an output constant, but directly upon general experimental data and the commercial guarantees of the machine; and to deal with the limitations imposed upon the development of large machines by the quality of brushes obtainable.




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